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moba of clvll
from the Paciflo
laced on the secre
osophuB Daniels', In
ldent Wilson adopt -
of the Socialist
'of theV Ma" "was one
>rlnl dcnfl Secretary
jhls speeA ?Rnnier
fght in \?| ^ade a
ors. The memorl
"The Socialist partj
ed violence and
dreamed of any act of desecration to I
the flag of the Halted States or any]
emblem or insigna thereof."
"?'Mo reo vor," continues the memo
rial, "we submit that the chief way
national emblem is being
Ibis and other cities of
la by the cloaking of
tuniileal abUues Of thej
hin its folds. In short.
its symbolism. We]
|r. President, to the!
ge of the scoundrel,
fy Insisted that the issue j
our activities and our
fere directed was not bno
torial reviews local condi
j&Ueges that a local news
bent its energies "toward
Ion and infurlatlon of a
lawless and/ intemperate
rengejtself jirpon us, to de
face our books,
>ur vory lives."
that a sec
I crowd about
was not con
lst party "and
It be presented
and lawful pro
Concluding, Tue memorial (says:
''We therefore, a'ftor due delibera
tion, place responsibility upon the
secretary of the navy. Mr. Josephus
Daniels, who is already making efforts
to explain, but we submit,. Mr. Presi
dent, that no amount of explaining can
restore to us the estate both moral
and physical particulars held by us
?prior to disasters resulting from his
With the exception of the armored
cruiser California, ill the warships,
which were in the harbor during the;
potlatch celebration, returned to the
Bremerton navy yard. Normal Sun
day conditions prevailed, with the ex
ception that there were no street
speakers. Mayor Cotterlll's emergen
cy order forbidding street meetings
was"'the only one not overruled by
Supreme Judge Humphreys yesterday.
? TTLEBSyn.Z.2 DOTS. ?
Tylersvllle, July 21.?The protracted
meeting closed at Bethany Sunday
Mr. T. P. Poole and daughter, Miss
Grace, were in Laurens Monday.
Mr. Martin Poole attended services
at Lieesvllle Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Bluford Blakeley spent Satur
day in Greenwood.
Miss Nina Anderson spent Sunday
v. lih Misses Grace and Fannie Poole.
Mrs. P. K. Abercromble and chil
dren, from near Woodruff, visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Peterson and family
Messrs. Austin Abercromble, of
Youngs, and Wash Long, of Waterloo,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. Poole and family.
Mr. Marvin Sanders spent the week
end in Clinton wfth friondB and rela
Mr. J. S. Craig spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cleveland and fam
Misses Amanda and Jennie Glenn
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P.
W. Little and family.
I Mrs. Jjula Cooper and children have
returned home from an extended visit
to Bristol, Tenn.
Misses Grace and Fannie Poole were
In Laurens Thursday.
t CROSS Him NEWS I
Cross Hill, July 21.?A few weoks
ago some thief entered Mr. J. E.
Spearman's store ami stole money and
goods to the amount of $40.00 or more
Will Alken, a negro who had been
working for Spearman was suspected.
He had left town. Policeman J. W.
Koon located Aiken at Barium Springs
Vorth Carolina, a few days ago and
'brought him in last Monday night.
Aiken acknowledged the theft and has
-been bound over to court and sent to
Mr. J. O. Denny's class of tho Bap
tist Sunday school enjoyed a picnic
I at tho powder spring on Mud-lick
creek last Thursday.
' Rev. G. M. Hollingsworth Is assist
ing Rev. W. D. Ratchford in a meet
ing at the Piosbyterian church this
I Mr. J. C. Austin and family of VJda
lia, Ga., are with relatives here for
Miss Llda Rrudd is visiting relatives
and friends in Greenwood.
Messrs. J. H. Miller and H. C. Lea
man of Wtiitmire are with homefolks
We had a good shower of rain Sat
urday night and again last night. We
hope the severe drought is over and
that Ote rains may be plentiful and
Friday and Saturday were about the
hottest in our experience. The ther
mometer registered 103 Friday and It
west to 106 Saturday. It rarely ever
goes above 98 here.
Missos Verna and Mary Calhoun of
Greenwood county, are with Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. W. Hanna.
MIsb Adell Martin Is visiting Miss
Miss "WUma Raimey has returned
from an extended visit to relatives in
Miss Ada Guthrie of Burlington. N.
C, is with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Guthrie
for a visit.
When you feel
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure sign you need MOTT'S NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. Be iur? and ?sk (or
Motf. Nenrerine Pills BftftK
WUUAMS MFC CO.. Prop... CUv.Und. Ohio
LAUREhi DRUG CO.
Lauren*. S. C
* LANFORD KBWS. ?
Lanford, July 21.?The farmers of
our community are pretty "well up
with their work, good seasons, etc.
The topic of the day is new county
and bad roads and should we be so
unfortunate as to be cut off from our
old county whose battles we have
fought from our boyhood and put into
another county, it can be greatly at
trlbute? to. the treatment the affected
part of our county has received at the
hands of our county government. We
can see every day wagons, buggies, au
tomobiles and motorcycles put out of
business. We saw a few days ago
your expert motor rider pitched to
one side of the road, but Pick picked
himself up before help could reach
him, with himself bruised and his
machine bent. Being an expert he
was soon on his way again, abusing
the bad roads when really they are
not to blame. Our mall man says un
less the roads over which he travels
have something done to them he will
have to abandon them. Wi H. Drum
mond had to stop his farm hands a
few days ago and work the road be
fore the thresher could reach his
farm. We have appealed to our
county commissioner and he says he
is helpless as a babe and can do noth
ing without the consent of the super
visor and he being a man that never
visits this section of the county,
knows nothing of our actual needs.
Our roads In this section are a dis
grace to civilization.
'Miss Robin Patterson was in Lau
rens Monday shopping.
Mr. J. Lee Langston and wife vis
ited at Mr. Jlmmie Patterson Sunday.
Miss Nora Cannon has returned
from a visit to Spartanburg.
Miss Fannie Harmon visited in Lau
rens last week.
Mrs. J. D. Johnson was in Laurens
Mrs. L. M. Cannon spent several
days in Laurens last week with her
son, John M. Cannon.
Mr. O. J. Lanford and daughter,
Miss Flossie, -were business visitors
to Laurens Monday.
Mrs. Louis Anderson and children
spent Sunday at W. H. Drummond's.
Mr. Roland Willis is visiting at Mr.
G. R. Wolff and M. G. Patterson's.
Mr. H. C. Shore the R. R. section
master here, has been promoted and
will enter his new work Monday.
Mr. Lamar Owens and sister, visit
e<i Miss Robin (Pattersi
night and Sunday.
The protracted meeting wll begin
at thfi M. B. Church Sunday, Rev.
Jones of Greenville will asBist In the
Cleaning of Cemetery.
All those who are interested in the
Beaver Dam cemetery are requested
to gather there or send help on Thurs
day, July 3l8t, for the purpose of
cleaning of the plots and making other
_p-. ?"~'T": '?
?Air. Chink Owings, who lives near*
Lanford Station, was In the city Sat
urday. Mr. OwingB had in his pos- |
session a German coin of small denom- J
ination and now no longer made, which
he had found near his home. The coin.
Is called a Greschen and represents
a vaiue of one thirteenth of a German ,
thaler, the thaler in Germany now be
ing valued at about seventy cents.
MKxD.VTings is unable to account for the
presence of the coin in his neighbor
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HL* WAS RIGHT *m
%Just ida in, common 7iorse-se;ise ought to
teach every man that Franklin was absolutely
right, just as sure as twoh mid two malce four.
Creditors cannot insultl you/ nor can Want
press you if you have prepared for them by
having something in the bank? besides, yornv
money is SAFJS in the banlc, not only from fire
or burglars, but from your own extravagance.
DO YUUK ?AIVJCIA'G Wltll US.
We pay 4 jtor cent interest compounded
JV. ii. DIAL,, Vres. ^Qp'1' ROPlSRt Cashier
RIGHT THIS WAY!
Flying is not too quick a mode of travel if you wish to take advantage of the Money
Saving Opportunity Offered at MINTER & COMPANY'S
GREAT BARGAIN CARNIVAL
ie Sale will close Saturday, July 26th. Don't wait until the last day to get your
tare of the bargains, but come to-day. Come NOW.
Suit Cases Vallises, 25
to 50 per cent, reduction.
You need one. Come and
get it now and take more
money with you.
Collars, Ties. Can't have
too many during the Sum
mer. Get them now while
the Sale is on.
Hosiery. Good Shoes
and Fine Hosiery will add
to your appearance. You
can find them here at Bar
Millinery, Notions, Bar
gains in every department.
Something you need in this
department. Now is the
time to buy
Young I ^dy!
Spend a little money ju
diciously. Come to the
Carnival. Dainty goods
for lovely dresses that will
make HIS heart leap any
bound with pride and
pleasure and you can
twirl him on your thumbs.
MAN! Buy a Suit and with the money saved take a trip. You can do it
~r and it will do you good.
Odds and Ends in Every Department to close during next Few Days Regardless of Cost
TJRENS, SOUTH CAROLINA